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Winners! Food for Thought Poetry

We made our selections and they are delicious!

Thank you all for your entries into the Write On School For Young Writers poetry competition for Issue 58: Food For Thought.

As writers we acutely understand the feeling of scanning a list for your name, and the elation or sting that can follow. Congratulations to those of you that won or were Highly Commended. For those of you who weren't successful this time, please remember that no writing is ever wasted. Something in your entry may form the basis for something new in the future. All writers can take inspiration from their past work. We look forward to hearing from you again, either with a competition entry or a piece for inclusion in the magazine.

The winning pieces will appear in Write On Issue 58

Winners Year 4-6 Pia W-B, Waiheke Primary School Bodhi H, Waiheke Primary School Year 4-6 Highly Commended Azariah F, Addington Te Kura Taumatua; Benji M, Waiheke Primary School; Bill K, Brooklyn Primary School; Renee L, Home School; Selena B, Addington Te Kura Taumatua; Sylvie T, Waiheke Primary School Winners Year 7 & 8 Imogen H, Raumati Beach School Saskia F-K, Clarkville School Year 7 & 8 Highly Commended A Thompson, South New Brighton School; Angelina Z, Cobham Intermediate; Clara-Jane L, Clarkville School; Daria A, St Martins School; Emily P, Cobham Intermediate; Indigo S, South New Brighton School; Isabella A, Clarkville School Winners Year 9 & 10 Alyssa M, Te Puke High School Oliver M, New Plymouth Boys’ High Year 9 & 10 Highly Commended Aditya M, St Paul’s Collegiate; Anna McM, Wellington Girls College; Anna N, South Westland Area School; Daisy C, South Westland Area School; Jenny P T, Taieri College; Jordane M, Elim Christian College; Tana A, South Westland Area School


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